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This is the oldest tree in Thomasville, Georgia and most likely the biggest. A natural landmark of the city.

This spectacular tree is located at the corner of Monroe and Crawford st. This is a must for every visitor is a stop at Thomasville's oldest and most cherished natural landmark, The Big Oak. This is massive tree that only started out as an acorn dated from 1685. This tree is currently over 330 years old with its limbs spanning over 26 feet with the trunks circumference of over 26ft. This tree is truly amazing sight to see if ever in town. 

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